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Monday, 7th May 2007 at 1:38 pm
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Boost your marketing intelligence at the 2007 ADMA (Australian Direct Marketing Association) Forum.

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ADMA Forum 2007 Special Offer for Pro Bono readers! – Advertorial
Monday, 7th May 2007 at 1:38 pm

Boost your marketing intelligence at the 2007 ADMA (Australian Direct Marketing Association) Forum.

Put the date in your diary now for the most comprehensive marketing conference and exhibition in Australia – ADMA Forum, Wednesday 27 – Friday 29 June at Darling Harbour, Sydney.

This year’s ADMA Forum offers three days full of practical marketing insights that you can immediately apply to your marketing strategy for improved results. Attend all three days or choose any combination of half-day sessions for a fully customised program.

Over 65 local and international speakers will share detailed case studies spanning a wide range of industry sectors. All three days of the program are relevant to marketers of any industry who want to maximise the effectiveness of every marketing dollar spent.

Especially relevant to Not for Profit marketers is a keynote address by Peter Brandis of WWF-Australia on corporate partnerships and sustainability, and Katy Raines of DixonRaines (UK) exploring case studies from the arts and fundraising sectors to illustrate the latest CRM techniques to increase customer value.

Not for Profit organisations receive a special 3 for 2 offer. Simply quote 07NP in the code section on the top of the online registration form or by phone when registering and receive 3 sessions for the price of 2 or 6 sessions for the price of 4.

In addition to the special offer, if you register before Friday, May 25 you’ll save 15% (ADMA members save a further 25%). This means a potential saving of up to $765! Plus you’ll automatically go into the draw to win a $2000 Flight Centre voucher*.

Alongside the conference there will be over 100 exhibitors demonstrating the latest tools and technology to increase your marketing effectiveness. Plus, truly unique opportunities to update your skills and make valuable new contacts.

Don’t miss the new Mobile Marketing Pavilion, free one-on-one sessions on search marketing with Google, Speed Networking, the ADMA Awards Gallery and a free 3-day seminar program in the exhibition hall.

Attendance to the exhibition is free, regardless of whether you attend the conference.

Visit www.admaforum.com.au for full details on the conference program, speakers, exhibitors, networking opportunities and to register.

* Authorised under NSW Permit No TPL07/00236, ACT Permit No TP07/00120, SA Permit No T07/175. See www.admaforum.com.au for full terms & conditions.



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